Aston Martin, a British high-performance car manufacturer is all set to bring plug-in hybrid technology in one of its main sports models. According to the reports, the brand will use the Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV) in its upcoming supercar named Valhalla, which is scheduled to launch in soon this year. The performance-oriented vehicle will be available in PHEV, provided by one of the stakeholders Mercedes-Benz
While confirming the news, Aston Martin’s Executive Chairman, Lawrence Stroll said that they will enter on the path of electrification with their upcoming supercar Valhalla, which will have the first PHEV technology. He also informed that the brand has plans to increase the PHEV range into their main models that will allow the customer to expirence the transition from internal combustion engines to Battery Electric Vehicles.
Aston Martin To Offer PHEV In Future
It has been reported that Aston Martin gearing up to introduce each model in the core lineup in a fully electrified avatar including the Vantage, DB12, and upcoming DBS models, starting from 2026.
Upcoming Aston Martin Valhalla
To provide the technology in the upcoming supercar Valhalla, Aston Martin might power the vehicle with a twin-turbo 4.0-liter V8 engine option, pairing it with a rear-mounted electric motor. The same setup already has been seen in the Mercedes-AMG’s GT 63 E-Performance lineup.
Aston Martin Power Figures After PHEV
As far as the power figures are concerned, Mercedes-AMG GT 4-Door Coupe, which has PHEV technology, provides a combined max power of 819 bhp and 1,400 Nm of peak torque. Aston Martin expected to generate bigger numbers, which might touch over a max power of 972 bhp in Valhalla. There are also high chances that the rest of the future lineup will fall under the same power figures, giving an advantage to all the petrol heads to have some extra punch in the electrified mid-engined performance-oriented models.
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